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By Lisa Wingate

Adopted at 13, Dell Jordan used to be enjoyed, mentored, and inspired to pursue her ardour for track. Now, at twenty, after a 12 months out of the country with a touring symphony, a scholarship to Julliard is close by. yet beneath Dell's easily polished floor lurk mysteries from the earlier. Why did her mom abandon her? Who was once her father? Are there faces someplace that appear like hers-blood relations she's by no means met?

made up our minds to discover solutions, Dell units off on a mystery trip into Oklahoma's Kiamichi Mountains, drawn via the one final hyperlink to her origins- a father's local American identify on her beginning certificates. within the voices of her Choctaw ancestors, she'll realize the keys to a destiny in contrast to whatever she can have imagined.

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Glancing back over her shoulder, she smiled. ” 36 % L i s a W i n g at e I watched her disappear in the mirror, then tossed the last of my things into the bag and zipped it up. Grabbing the duffel, my backpack, and my purse, I took one last look around my room and headed for the garage. In the kitchen, I found my keys in the usual spot, with three hundred dollars underneath. Tucking the money in my pocket, I shook my head at myself. Grown up, yet not so grown up after all. C h a p te r 4 % T he second-period bell was ringing as I pulled into visitor parking at Harrington Arts Academy.

Ummm . . little over an hour from here, dependin’ on exactly where you’re going. ” My body, still stiff from the flu, protested at the idea of another hour in the car. ” Saying it out loud felt like treason. I reminded myself that I was miles from home and nobody here knew me. ” she exclaimed with a burst of enthusiasm that made me draw back. “Well, now wait a minute. If you’re lookin’ for the Choctaws, you’ve got to go back the way you already been. They’re all at the tribal council house grounds this weekend.

I only knew that my life was changing and I was powerless to stop it. My hands trembled and my throat felt thick and dry, but I couldn’t tell James and Karen that. I didn’t want them to rethink taking me into their family. Karen slipped her hand over mine, and we walked through the door together. I’d never had anyone walk me to school before. Back home, if I went at all, I caught the bus on Mulberry Road and sat in the back, as close to invisible as possible. When I got to the little school in Hindsville, I went in the side door, where the other kids wouldn’t bother me.

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